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This mini unit is a 4 day Step by Step Lesson Plan to teach students using the NGSS 2-ESS2-3 Standards. It is easy to use and interactive for the students. The students answer the question: What effect does saltwater have on icebergs? How does adding salt and ice to the water affect the temperature
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STEM Project for Third, fourth and Fifth grades. Updated August 2018! In this activity students will work in groups to build the tallest structure possible from mini-marshmallows and uncooked spaghetti noodles. Not only will the students learn the importance of working together as a team, but they w
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STEM Project for Third, fourth and Fifth grades. Updated August 2018! Working in groups, students will explore sound. They will cut a normal straw and turn it into a musical instrument. They will then cut the straw to different lengths and analyze how the length changes the pitch. In the proces
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STEM Project for Middle School—6th, 7th and 8th grades. Updated August 2018! In this activity students will work in groups to build the tallest structure possible from mini-marshmallows and uncooked spaghetti noodles. Not only will the students learn the importance of working together as a team, but
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STEM Project for Middle School—6th, 7th and 8th grades. Updated August 2018! Students will work in groups to explore electrostatic forces between a balloon that they charge and a pop can on the floor. After experimenting with different balloons and different methods, teams will race their pop can a
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STEM Project for Middle School—6th, 7th and 8th grades. Updated August 2018! This activity challenges students to build a glider that will glide as far as possible. Working in groups, students will cut and tape various hoops to their straw. They will experiment with hoops of different sizes, positio
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STEM Middle School Classroom Project Updated August 2018! Using an old CD, a balloon and a water-bottle (with a pop-up top), students will create their own mini-hovercraft and explore the near frictionless properties with their group.Save Money, buy a bundle!!! This activity is also available as par
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Nervous about planning a science fair project. This workbook will help guide young scientists through the scientific method. Second and third graders will learn to independently create original investigations that are age appropriate and create a positive experience. Teachers can also use the wor
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STEM Project for Third, fourth and Fifth grades. Updated August 2018! In this activity students will work in groups to determine which factors (angle, length, or mass) affect the period of a pendulum. Through several different experiments, they will discover that only changes in length affect th
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STEM Middle School Classroom Project Updated August 2018! In this activity students will work in groups to determine which factors (angle, length, or mass) affect the period of a pendulum. Through several different experiments, they will discover that only changes in length affect the period. Near t
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This zip file is a comprehensive file (32 pages of student materials alone) which can be used in a physical science course to construct a complete unit on Heating and Phase Changes. These materials are suitable for grades 5-8 as well as some upper level science classes. It contains a PowerPoint a
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STEM Project for Middle School—6th, 7th and 8th grades.Working in groups, students will explore static electricity. By charging a balloon and a “spider” (made using a plastic grocery bag), students will work together to build up enough charge to cause their spider to “levitate”.****This STEM product
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nvestigate inertia and gravity in this hands-on experiment for 4th and 5th grade. Aligned with *Next Generation Science Standards. Teachers will love its' ease of use, simple materials, and meeting the science and engineering practices. Students will love uncovering the magic of the laws of motion.
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Everything you need to start Science off right for the year! This unit takes you through the 1st two weeks of school to create a solid foundation for teaching Science the rest of the school year. The two weeks are paced to give the students plenty of time for the hands on activities and experiment
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The classic baking soda and vinegar experiment is taken up a notch. This fun and engaging matter unit includes a detailed journal, exploration challenge, and explanations. Great for introducing acids and bases. Easy and inexpensive supplies. It is tested for clear results. Perfect for meeting NGSS.
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Lab Activity: Ziplock Pressure Chamber & Pouring CO2 Gas to Extinguish Candle! This is a really fun lab activity I designed for my 9th grade physical science class, but it can be easily adapted for other grade levels.  There is an open flame in the form of one or more candles depending on how y
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I used this lab to learn about for physical and chemical changes in a second grade classroom. The students loved working with (and eating) the marshmallows and it was an interactive way to learn about this abstract concept.
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Excite students in your weather unit by creating a cloud in a bottle. Clear directions help guide the teacher and students in learning that clouds are made of water and dust. This Freebie meets the Kindergarten NGSS Weather and Climate and K-2nd Science and Engineering Practices. Hands-on, engagi
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Using 4 objects and 1 one mystery object, watch your students love to learn with this hands on and engaging Physical Properties Lab Sheet. This assignment reviews the states of matter, various types of physical properties, and guides students to use their own creativity and constructed responses to
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It is important for students to BE scientists as they investigate plants, insects, states of matter, sink or float, etc. This is a template that I made after having read many books and articles about the behavior and habits of proficient young scientists. This template can be used effectively with
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This product is a 88 slide PowerPoint on Pascals Law, Viscosity and activity. Pascals Law is described and video link to a blob jump (giant inflatable that sends a swimmer into the air when someone jumps on the other end) A short activity with a balloon and marker about Pascals Law is provided that
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A quick and lemon squeezy science experiment to excite young minds about the world of science! This is a great end of the unit activity to wrap up learning about the different layers of soil.This is an activity that I keep coming back to year after year, regardless of what grade level I teach. It's
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Fantastic Lab that students love and is one of my favorites! Since I always do these two together you get two labs together. The first is a lab to demonstrate Osmosis. You use eggs that have been soaked in vinegar to dissolve the shell, then soak them in other liquids. The results really bring hom
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How can you take a simple activity and make it exciting? Use a big loud bowling ball! This fun and simple activity is designed for grades 4-8, science. Students at this level need to practice graphing skills and this activity lets them graph three separate lines as three separate graphs or as a s
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